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Home Posts Tagged "Governance"

Governance

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Despite apparent moves by CARICOM to regionally isolate the Dominican Republic, the country is poised to be an economic powerhouse in the region, at CARICOM’s loss

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The 26th Meeting of CARICOM Heads of Government will be held in Nassau, The Bahamas, but public interest is waning. Here are three issues to measure Heads by.

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Portia Simpson-Miller’s government has allocated over 20 per cent of its budget on debt repayments, in a move that Opposition parliamentarians are decrying as anti-growth

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The St Kitts-Nevis election fiasco: is a symptom of a bigger problem of democracy and political overreach in the Caribbean, argues Sir Ronald Sanders

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Cuban President Raúl Castro wants the U.S. to relinquish control of Guantánamo Bay, but lawmakers in D.C. aren’t wavering

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UK Labour Party leader makes bid to force Overseas Territories to create central registers of beneficial ownership of offshore funds and trusts

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Hit by scandals before constitutionally-due elections, PM attempts to placate public mistrust in her Cabinet with radical changes

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Western countries, firms and NGOs have benefited significantly from Haiti’s underdevelopment, but nobody is talking about it

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The Castro regime is slightly easing its restrictions on the internet, but for Cubans that could benefit, it won’t be cheap, nor will it be accessible to most

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Mainstream narratives around the United States’ new relations with Cuba often omit a history of US-sponsored terrorism, and the role of the Cuban Five in mounting a response